"I watched Tim Sherman grow up. The youngest child of my good friend, Liz, Tim always had an adventurous spirit. In fact, I’m not sure I ever saw the kid without this skateboard!
Last night I had the honor of seeing an all-grown-up Tim in a very different setting when I attended his first solo art exhibit, “The Beginning.” His exhibit runs from June 25 – August 6, 2011 at Baltimore Clayworks, located at 5707 Smith Ave, Baltimore, Maryland.
Tim is a potter…. the creator of exquisite, one-of-a-kind clay masterpieces. I’m the proud owner of many of his creations. Several years ago, when Tim was still at Towson University honing his craft, I commissioned Tim to make a pottery punch bowl and mug set. It serves as the perfect excuse!"
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Check out Claywork's Benefit Cup Show and buy a cup for a cause! I have three cups in the show and the cup with the most votes wins the artist a solo show in the Clayworks Gallery! You can see the cups here.
I am honored and excited to have been selected to be a part of this years Strictly Functional juried by Jack Troy. The piece that was selected was a large pitcher form that was actually fired in Jack's Pixie kiln (which I'm sure didn't hurt my chances!) I'll post a link once the show opens in September. Strictly Functional
I was recently published in the latest issue of Clay Times. The two pitchers were a part of my solo show at Baltimore Clayworks last summer. You can see the page here! Clay Times
Earlier this year I was invited to be a part of Functional Ceramics 2012. This is a traveling exhibition that starts at the Wayne Center for the Arts in Wooster Ohio, then moves to The Ohio Craft Museum, and finishes at Kent State University. Check out their site for more details. See the work
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